The Importance of Voting In Person

The Importance of Voting In Person


By William S. Hahn


With the continued hysteria revolving around the COVID-19 pandemic, the media and governments on all levels are helping create a perfect storm of uncertainty surrounding the November 3rd Presidential election. Currently voters are being encouraged to stay home, request absentee ballots, or complete mail-in ballots instead of showing up to the polls.


The mainstream narrative is that this is a great way to keep everyone safe from the COVID-19 coronavirus but fails to mention the potential of voting fraud. The presidential election is still over a month away and we are already noticing that the danger isn’t at the polls but the real danger is not going.


While the media continue to come out with articles on how it is nearly impossible to commit mail-in voting fraud, we are starting to see numerous examples of how easily voter fraud can happen. Just a few days ago, a box of mail, including absentee ballots, was found in a Wisconsin ditch. This just shows how easily this type of voter fraud can occur.


We have even heard from a top Democratic operative that voter fraud, especially with mail-in ballots, is no myth because he has been doing it for decades (Read full article here). It’s important to remember that this type of fraud is always organized, which means it could very easily be happening in your state.


Fraud is certainly happening in our elections, and the best way to ensure your ballot is counted is to vote on-site, in-person.  Don’t let the media or the government convince you into either skipping the election or casting your vote through the mail.  Make your vote count and be sure to get others to do so as well.


Action Items!


  1. Make plans to vote on-site and in-person November 3
  2. Read and Share the article Democrat Operative ADMITS: We’ve Been Committing MASSIVE Mail-in Vote Fraud for Decades 
  3. Watch these two related videos: Who’s Really Stealing the Election? and Fall Elections Skewed by Pandemic?
William S. Hahn is Chief Executive Officer of The John Birch Society


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